Doug Shelton the head of corporate PR claims those numbers are off by a factor of 10+ and at the same time they opened up 15k new positions. They have 435,000 employees right now in total. Mind you a really significant number of those people are IBM Global Services which will constantly have people quitting and joining due to contracts.
That is quite literally the role of the Supreme Court. See Article III.
Even using IMAP, you simply move the emails to [Gmail]/Spam and it's the exact same thing as hitting the Report Spam button (per Google at least.)
Gmail handles all of that just fine, the OP is simply using a client that doesn't understand the folders properly.
Which if you take a look at the systemd source code you'll find it's that way as well.
Given that there's 1million H1B visa holders in the US and there's a hell of a lot more STEM workers, it's probably not all that big of a deal.
Solaris started doing this in 1999 FYI - http://www.freedesktop.org/wik...
Back when these guys were best buddies with KDE and GNOME, both orgs thought this was a perfectly fine plan. Things have since heavily soured.
I have 30 TB of Movies (Ripped via x264 @ 2.5GB/hr - 1080p) - I have the data stored on my NAS using zfs and I am seeing about a 35% savings. Now that's a LOT of savings to go down to 20TB. My NAS has plenty of space though since I have 45x3TB of disks.
Let's say that the rebuiilds CAN cause additional failures, not that it *often* does. I've done maybe 500-600 RAID5 rebuilds and only had two times that there were additional failures, both with consumer SATA/EIDE drives. Most of the RAID failures I've seen have been due to no monitoring and having failed drives for months or even years.
The only electronics in the front are the lights, some sensors and the power steering stuff. Everything else is in the back. The front wheels seem undamaged, so nothing there. I'd think most likely it was either something on the floor (they have a Lexus, which could have leaked and tada oil fire.)
More than a few of those Apaches are actually Apache on Windows. The problems with IIS are mostly IIS.
Definitely not SQL injection hacks, but poor PHP code can result in a root level RCE. It's mostly rare now-a-days though since most PHP is run in a userlimited or nobody fashion even if the code is bad, it can only affect the "site". None the less the number of "consumer" bots has always WAAAAAY exceeded the number of servers - actually probably the number of physical servers that exist in total.
For a LOT of this it's just nginx being used by things like cloudflare and similar services, the actual site is still running Apache. At this point, I'm not 100% sure what in any reasonable configuration Apache would offer over nginx.
Not sure if you realize, but these camps are typical of private education that doesn't give you "credits" in that they cost an arm and a leg. They cost as much as my Master's Degree cost me.